In the Loop & Nina Hallie Dixon
With her purpose-driven spirit, she made her mark as a producer when creating the online interactive version of In the Loop which transitioned to television on Rogers TV and CHCH TV - channel 11 shortly after.
After 13 years of local and national syndication on the air, In the Loop continues to proudly celebrate the diverse achievements of positive social impacts humanity has on communities.
Nina's mission is to ensure you are kept in the loop with enthralling, relatable sincere conversations. Her guests have ranged from athletes to celebrities to everyday people from all walks of life whose stories inspired people from across the globe.
Her authentic approach to share impactful stories of real people mesmerized her audiences. Now you can join in the conversation by clicking here for the In the Loop podcast; with discussions on relationships, personal struggle, phenomenal triumph, news and compelling subjects that capture the nations’ attention brought to you by Nina Hallie Dixon.
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"Alone we can do little, together we can do much."
Nina Hallie Dixon was a successful correspondent with Rogers TV for over ten years, where she was well-known for connecting to people from diverse communities near and far.
Her platform was, encouraging youth to participate in charitable work and contribute positively to their communities through their talents.
Nina is a phenomenal young leader who believes in designing unique opportunities for new talent to shine regardless of their age, race, gender or economic strata.
For over a decade she has been a member of Rotary International, a global group compiled of over 1.2 million leaders who work together to create change and positively impact communities globally. The mission of her club is dedicated to fostering healthy relationships and placing service above self regarding youth, families and education.
Known for her devotion to volunteerism in her community Nina has established herself as a notable public figure that cares about people and society.
She brings that sincere talent to her projects as she continues to break borders and blaze paths through media.
"Surround yourself with people that reflect who you want to be
and how you want to feel, energies are contagious"
At a young age, she surrounded herself with mentors and leaders in her community which opened the doors towards much of her success in print and the world of media.
Since then, she has graced movie sets and worked with some of the media's most notable people. Bruce Willis, Mark Walberg, Tyrese Gibson, Andr Benjamin and Kim Cattrall have been some of her favourite stars to work with.
Nina is the first black woman in North America to represent OLAY through Brand Power. She is featured in nationally televised campaigns for Hockey Canada, Chapman's Ice Cream and international campaigns such as Knorr., the German food and beverage brand.
"Authenticity requires vulnerability, transparency and integrity."
-Janet Louise Stephenson
Nina brings a high level of authenticity, integrity and professionalism to her audience and guests.
She has conducted exclusive interviews with: Toronto Maple Leafs’ Alumni, the late Johnny Bower, Bill Derlago, Dave McLIwain;
Canadian Olympic Gold Medalist, Brianne Jenner, former CNN contributor, Roland Martin,
CBC News Anchor, Ann Marie Mediwake, fashion designer, David Dixon, former ET Canada personality, Rick Campanelli, renowned singer, the late Percy Sledge, Grammy Award Winner, Shabba Ranks, artist Beress Hammond, members of Parliament, and many more.
"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."
In her spare time, Nina can be found volunteering with various charities. She was the 2020
Chair of the United Way Campaign for the Attorney General's, Ontario Public Service Sector
where she led a team of thousands of individuals working to fight abuse and poverty to help
people and their families thrive.
This multi-faceted Host, Producer, Advocate, and emerging Media Personality has
established herself as a pillar within her community.
In gratitude for her inspiration, motivation and dedication, she was the recipient of the
Distinguished Alumni Award, presented to her by the Mayor of Brampton and her
alma mater, Cardinal Leger.
She was the recipient of the Ontario Public Service Award, presented by the Secretary of
Cabinet and a back to back recipient of the International Women’s Achiever Awards,
for her leadership with youth.
Stay tuned to keep in the loop with this dynamic young lady as she inspires people through
her passion and commitment to turning dreams into reality one day at a time.
"As you discover what strength you can draw from your community in this world in which it stands apart, look outward as well as inward. Build bridges instead of walls."
-Chief Justice Sonia Sotomayor
You can continue to find Nina hosting events, advocating for social justice issues and making
appearances in various televised productions.
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"Taking the time to build community, to get to know your people will have long-lasting benefits."
With over 107 episodes aired Nina launched her final season of
In the Loop with Rogers TV channel 10 and CHCH TV channel 11.
On her journey Nina interacted with extraordinary people who shared their stories,
positively impacting audiences from all walks of life.
She delivered her story through motivational public speaking to diverse crowds in
Europe, North America and the United States of America.
Nina is a firm believer in engaging her audience with relatable, memorable topics. She aims to encourage them to take leaps of faith and become their ultimate best.
Keep In the Loop with Nina's journey here at
Past clients include: Mississauga Arts Council Ministry of the Attorney General Peel District School Board
Rotary International United Way